Archive for September 7th, 2011

GOP Debate at the Reagan Library

GOP Debate at the Reagan Library

This is the video of the GOP debate on Sept. 7, 2011 at the Reagan Library in California. Candidates present: Rep. Michele Bachmann, Rep. Ron Paul, Mitt “RomneyCare” Romney, Herman Cain, Rick Santorum, Jon Huntsman, Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry.

Newt Hits a Home Run

Newt Hits a Home Run

Other than Pravda’s, er, MSNBC’s attempt to make the debate what Drudge called the “Rick and Mitt Show” and minimize the more conservative candidates, the most interesting soundbite I’ve heard so far has come from Newt Gingrich. He did not pull any punches in denouncing ObamaCare for the “disaster” it is. He also showed a fire and boldness that most of the other candidates need to learn from.

The Left Tweets Its Rage

The Left Tweets Its Rage

After watching “Tea Party Zombies Must Die” and reading about the long list of hypocrisy of the “tolerant” Left, you probably weren’t quite convinced of the violence and vitriol from liberals, were you? Okay, so the Media Research Center put together a video of some comments from peace-loving tolerant liberals on Twitter.

Tolerant Liberals Craft ‘Kill the Tea Partiers’ Video Game

Tolerant Liberals Craft 'Kill the Tea Partiers' Video Game

You really have to love that “new tone” the Left considers so important, don’t you? You know the one I’m talking about, right? The one that came in the wake of the shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ) by the flag-burning, pot-smoking “Tea Party conservative” were blamed for dangerous talk and incivility? The Left has given us so many living examples of this “new tone” since then. The latest manifestation is their “Tea Party Zombies Must Die” where peace-loving Leftists can go around the game shooting and slashing conservatives who threaten their socialist agenda.

Night Blast at Crazy Horse Memorial

Night Blast at Crazy Horse Memorial

One of the rare night blasts was held at Crazy Horse Memorial in the Black Hills of South Dakota last night. This monument to Native American culture and heritage near Custer, South Dakota was lit up with a laser show, followed by sequential blasts that worked their way up the mountain like the sound of a beating drum. It was an exceptional sight to behold.